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Our History

The 'Cranston HEZ' was formed in 2019 as a resident-driven initiative to address the root causes of health disparities, primarily in the Arlington, Stadium, and Laurel Hill neighborhoods, as part of the second cohort of health equity zones created in Rhode Island. In 2020, the Cranston HEZ and OneCranston, a Working Cities Challenge created in 2017 to increase social and civic engagement, merged – to become the OneCranston Health Equity Zone. OneCranston had several years of experience in similar work within CCAP, and details on their work can be found by clicking here

 

With similar missions, partners, and core values, each group could bring their strengths to the table and form a cohesive new group with an exciting new vision for Cranston. With this change, while always staying focused on our original census tracts and the HEZ mission, the OneCranston HEZ now has widened our lens to encompass all of Cranston.

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2017 - 2020

2019 - 2020

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2020 - Present

Our Proud Backbone Agency
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Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) is proud to be the backbone agency for the Cranston Health Equity Zone. CCAP is one of Rhode Island’s largest organizations dedicated solely to fighting the war on poverty. We provide a wide spectrum of services and benefits that are designed to help those in immediate need and empower anyone desiring to become more self-sufficient.

For a full list of CCAP programs and services, please visit here.

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Contact

Main Office

1090 Cranston Street

Cranston, RI 02920

(401) 714 - 7004

Family Support Center

70 Gansett Avenue

Cranston, RI 02920

(401) 642- 7595

Staff not always in office. Please call ahead.

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The OneCranston Health Equity Zone is funded by the Rhode Island Department of Health.